Science has always been one of the core subjects taught at Manor College. Here are students doing a dissection in the biology lab in the 1950s.

The Bachelor of Science in Life Science Professions is designed for students committed to pursuing careers in any of the health professions, including athletic training, occupational therapy, optometry, physical therapy and more.

This innovative degree program offers an interdisciplinary, providing students with better preparation for careers in healthcare and making them more competitive for admission to advanced professional programs in a range of clinical fields.

Why You Should Choose Manor

Why study Life Science Professions at Manor College? This program will strongly support Manor College’s Mission as it prepares students to effectively and compassionately serve all segments of society.  Graduates will be able to work in a wide variety of health-related and science careers, making a positive impact on their communities.

What to Expect from the Curriculum

Courses drawn from several disciplines give students comprehensive exposure to the healthcare field and reinforce the team approach widely used in healthcare today. Core courses provide students with the prerequisites they need for acceptance into professional clinical programs, and electives enable students to tailor their degrees in order to best prepare for their careers. Academic advisors and faculty guide students in these choices.

Career Opportunities

Immediately upon graduation, career opportunities include:

  • Health Educator
  • Community Health
  • Healthcare Facility Coordinator
  • Health Regulator
  • Health Services Administration
  • Lab Coordinator
  • Research Coordinator

Upon graduation we expect many students will continue on with a certificate program, accelerated undergraduate program, or a graduate program. Below is a sampling of continuing education programs in the health sciences:

  • Cytotechnology                                                               
  • Accelerated Nursing
  • Genetics Counseling
  • Physical Therapy
  • Dentistry
  • Chiropractics
  • Public Health
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physician’s Assistant
  • Pharmacy
  • Medical Technologist
  • Respiratory Care Practitioner
  • Dietetics
  • Optometry
  • Medical/Health Social Work
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Hematology